A+14 Dec. 15 - Jan. 18, 2008
Chandler Unified School District Fulton Fire
Dec. 21-Jan. 7: Winter intersession; no school
Family Fun – Thanks to all parents and students who helped make Fulton’s first movie night a huge
Jan. 8: Classes resume
success. The next Fulton Family Fun Night takes place Jan. 11.
Scrip sales – Order forms and registration codes for this year’s Scrip sales are available on the PTO
website at http://teacherweb.com/az/FultonElementarySchool/PTO
. Fulton receives a percentage of every
gift card sold.
Tax credits – Donate up to $400 to Fulton to receive credit on your taxes for the full amount. Thanks
to the families who have already contributed.
Dec. 20: Snowflake Sprint Fun Run, 1:45 p.m.
Jan. 11: Fulton Family Fun Night
Jingle Jog - Basha’s Annual Jingle Jog will take place Dec. 20, and is the annual run or walk through —Jolynn Humphrey
the neighborhood celebrating the holiday season and the end of the second quarter. The entire school
participates. Volunteers are needed to help with set up and clean up as well as help during the run.
Contact Ms. Hicks for more information.
Project Africa - Marie Campbell and Judy King are participating in the Stefan Lyon Project Africa this
year to help him raise funds to build schools in Africa. They participated in a video/audio conference with
the author and schools in five different states. They were able to interview Stefan and share pet stories.
Basha is raising money by selling Stephan’s newest book. 100% of the money goes towards the project.
Robots - Basha’s LEGO Team competed in its first scrimmage Nov. 10, when students took the kit
Music notes – Hancock’s band and choir perform a concert at 6 p.m. Tue., Dec. 18 in the Multipurpose
robot with the various “arms” students had designed and attempted some “missions.” The students
Room. Mr. Landon and Mr. Kirchoff will show family and friends what the students learned this semester.
design the programs and download them into the robot.
The choir recently traveled to the state capitol in Phoenix to perform. Choir members will also attend the
Winter break - The last day of school before Winter Intersession is Dec. 20. School will resume Tue.,
Jan. 15 CUSD All-District Choral Festival.
Jingle Jog – The Fun Run Jingle Jog is Thu., Dec. 20. Grades K-2 run from 1 to 1:45 p.m. and grades
- Kevin Rolfe
3-6 run from 2 to 2:45 p.m.
Winter fun – The 2nd Grade Winter Program, a musical performance based on the book Snowmen at
Night by Caralyn Buehner, was recently held.
Car raffle – Purchase a $20 ticket for the Chandler Education Foundation Raffle in the front office for
a chance to win a new BMW Z4 3.0i to benefit Hancock. For every ticket sold, Hancock receives $4. The
raffle drawing is Feb. 13, 2008.
Jingle Jogging – Parents are welcome to join Conley students, teachers and staff for the “Jingle Jog,”
Tax credits – Donate up to $400 to Hancock before Dec. 31 to receive credit on your 2007 taxes for
a school-wide fun run, held Dec. 19 to encourage promoting positive health patterns while having a good
the full amount. Donations can now be made online at ww2.chandler.k12.az.us
Plastic bag recycling – The Hancock Nature Club teamed with Wal-Mart to join the Kids Recycling
Music notes - The Conley Coyotes Orchestra recently held its winter recital, and the Conley Coyote
Challenge to recycle plastic bags. Drop off plastic bags at one of the recycle bins around Hancock. In
Chorus held its first concert.
return, Wal-Mart donates to Hancock’s Nature Club and General Music Program. Last year Hancock turned
in more than 790 pounds of bags and earned $395. This year’s goal is $500, or 1,000 pounds of bags, by
Cartridges for Kids – Bring empty printer cartridges or other used electronics to the front office or to
Mr. Landon’s Room 15. Include accessories, power cords and cases if you have them. Business sponsors/
donations are needed for the program. Contact Mr. Landon if interested.
Dec. 18: Band and Choir concert, 6 p.m., Multipurpose Room
Grant relief – Frye has received a $500 grant from Exxon Mobil’s Educational Alliance program to
Dec. 20: Fun Run Jingle Jog
support extracurricular activities. CORS Station Manager Kelly Girvin worked with school officials to secure
the grant, one of 4,000 available to schools across the country served by Exxon or Mobil stations.
Dec. 19: Winter program, 6:30 p.m.
Reindeer Run – Hull’s Physical Education program invites all students, staff and parents to participate
in the 7th Annual Hull Elementary Fun Run the morning of Thu., Dec. 20. Parents are welcome to come
Snowflake Sprint – Parents, teachers, students and guests are welcome to come participate in and run and/or walk the 1.4-mile course through Hull’s neighborhood with their children. The event
Jacobson’s Snowflake Spring on Thu., Dec. 20. K-2 students run at 9 a.m.; grades 3-6 participate at 10:15 promotes and encourages physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle. Reindeer Run T-shirts can be ordered
a.m. The event promotes physical fitness and health. at $12 each.
Thanks due – Thanks to all families and students who donated toys to the Toys for Tots drive, Calendar
supported the canned food drive and participated in the Holiday Shop. Your generosity makes a difference Dec. 17: Chorus concert, 6:30 p.m., Multipurpose Room
to those in need. Dec. 18: Band concert, 6:30 p.m., Multipurpose Room; Orchestra concert, 7 p.m., Chandler Center for
Calendar the Arts
Dec. 20: Snowflake Sprint Dec. 20: 7th Annual Hull Elementary Fun Run
—Cindy Sanders —Gwen Rusk
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